PlayStation are celebrating 20 years of gaming this week and are hosting a lavish party in London for special guests to mark the milestone figure.
And during a time when the console is absolutely smashing the gaming market, the head honchos say the future is VERY bright.
Enter “Project Morpheus”, Sony’s frontrunner for when gaming goes ‘virtual’ in the not-so-distant future.
A spokesman revealed in a ‘key milestones’ document that the upcoming virtual reality headset – currently being developed by the company – is a vital cog in their plans for future gaming.
But that’s not all they’re promising. Oh no. They’ve also revealed that very soon, the PlayStation will offer a unique on-demand service for games, where you’ll be able to rent and stream them – much like Netflix – through your TV.
“PlayStation Now promises an on-demand gaming service on a range of devices, while developers continue to work on the next ground-breaking PlayStation games.”
There isn’t much more information on this, and we’re taking it with a pinch of salt. But if true, the future really does look bright for Sony.